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The Chronicle of Higher Education contains college and university news, opinions, advice, and job listings. In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Chronicle offers insight and resources on online teaching, supporting students from a distance, and numerous additional issues confronting … Continue reading
The Law Library is working with legal publishers as they temporarily remove paywalls and open access to various subscription services during the Covid-19 pandemic. We hope that these services can help you as you finish your semester in an online … Continue reading
This year, the Law Library is pleased to offer a new tool, Procertas, to help you learn law office technologies such as Word, Excel, and PDF that are important tech skills to become an efficient lawyer. Continue reading
Can you access your Westlaw, Lexis, and Bloomberg accounts over the summer? What about after graduation? The answer to both is yes, but with some restrictions for Westlaw and for graduates. See below for more information.
Need some help formatting your appellate brief? Emily Barney and Debbie Ginsberg are around during the day on Thursday and Friday. If you need help in the evenings or weekends, we’ve collected online materials – guides, videos, sample documents, and handouts – to … Continue reading
Chicago-Kent College of Law’s 1L Orientation Week 2015 is officially upon us, and that means that a new batch of inquisitive minds have re-entered the building and the library. A full slate of activities and programs have been hosted in the … Continue reading
Did you know that Chicago-Kent Alumni still have access to many of the law library’s resources, even after graduation? Whether you’ve been assigned your first big research assignment and don’t know where to start, or you need to locate an obscure journal or treatise, the law library and its knowledgeable staff will always be here to help. Continue reading